The Labour Market Impacts of Forced Migration (LAMFOR)
This project provided quantitative evidence on the consequences of forced displacement for those who are displaced, their hosts and those who return home after the end of the conflict. The project focused on the case of Tanzania as the host country of refugees and Burundi as the main source country of refugees.
UK Department for International Development (DFID) and the Institute for the Study of Labour (IZA)
2013 - 2015
Twenty Years Later the Refugees are Back, link here.
"The Impact of Refugee Experiences on Education: Evidence from Burundi” (S. Fransen, M. Siegel and C. Vargas-Silva), IZA Journal of Development and Migration, forthcoming. Download
"Return migration and economic outcomes in the conflict context" (S. Fransen, I. Ruiz, C. Vargas-Silva)
World Development, 95, pp. 196-210, 2017. Download Ruiz, I. and Vargas-Silva, C. (2016) “The Labor Market Consequences of Hosting Refugees.” Journal of Economic Geography, Vol. 16, No. 3, pp. 667-694. Download Ruiz, I. and Vargas-Silva, C. (2015) “The Labor Market Impacts of Forced Migration.” American Economic Review Papers and Proceedings, Vol. 105, No. 5, pp. 581-586. Download
Fransen, S., Siegel, M. and Vargas-Silva, C. (2016) “The Impact of Refugee Experiences on Education: Evidence from Burundi” Download
“The Consequences of Refugee Return.” link here. “The Consequences of Hosting Refugees." link here. “Conflict, Displacement and Education.” link here.